What’s the story here? (Not so) Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday

July 24, 2019

What's the story here?
What’s the story here?

Usually it’s harder than you think to go Wordless, and I try to do just that most Wednesdays, by sharing a photo or two that (hopefully) tell a story.

But this week I’m changing the rules.

I want to know what story this photo tells you? Maybe a sentence comes to mind when you see it or it speaks to you in some way.

Make up a back story, a mystery maybe or a sad, sordid tale…….

I’d love to know your story about these hapless doll’s legs found in-situ in the middle of the Aussie bush.

Let me know what you think by leaving me a comment below 🙂

Feel free to join in by posting a photo using the hashtag #WordlessWednesday – it can be quite liberating, but this week I want YOUR WORDS!!!!

Debbie xx

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It's time for Wordless Wednesday - a post without words, allowing the photo to tell the story
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19 Replies to “What’s the story here? (Not so) Wordless Wednesday”

    1. Thanks Sue, it really took my fancy when I looked down and saw it lying on the ground. Yes a BBC crime scene came to mind for me too! I love hearing the creative thoughts of others 🙂


  1. I don’t know what this means in itself but it’s certainly a clue in the infamous ‘Serial Toy Mysteries’. Along with the ‘Mr Potato Head Moustache’ and ‘Broken Skipping Rope’ found in nearby Woolambaronga, and the macabre ‘Rocking Horse Head’ discovered just outside Bala-Wala in the northern bushlands, this is another link in the horrific mystery.

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  2. As Barbie started to realize that she was not a safe role model for any child, she started to shed off those parts of her that were not realistically achievable. (Either that or like Sue wrote…it’s a horrific crime scene.)

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